Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

Counterfactual dependency: exists between measured value series and measured facts, e.g. pressure. If the pressures had been different, the measured values would have been different. Double counterfactual dependency exists in the case of control mechanisms, where one automatically reacts to the measured value.
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Bigelow, John Counterfactual Dependence   Bigelow, John
Lewis, David Counterfactual Dependence   Lewis, David

Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2017-05-26